Mark Baker of Baker’s Green Acres has always refused the offer to back down when it came to the state of Michigan and the DNR ordering fines of $700,000 and the destruction of his heritage pigs – because they looked different. For nearly three years, the Bakers have been hanging on by a thread while pushed by aggressive tactics from three agencies – Michigan, the DNR and the USDA – which had embargoed and closed in on them, even threatening them with a raid and bullying their friends and buyers. While Michigan finally retreated, it doesn’t change the situation for anyone else or arbitrary attacks in the future. Continue reading “Baker’s Green Acres and Heritage Hogs – PLAN BAc t”
1. Hopefully you have read the “Spectral Doughnut” piece and understand that far-left and far-right are, in praxis, the same, and that the savvy players on each side FULLY understand this. To wit, Putin. I have to tell you, it is absolutely chilling – as in making the hair on the back of my neck stand up – to see in my email box how many of you people are falling hook, line and sinker for Putin. The man is a murderous psychopath. LOOK at him. Look at the dead eyes – what you can still see of them after he has literally mutilated his face with plastic surgery. Oh, and nevermind all of the people who have been “disappeared” under the Putin regime. Nevermind that Putin is stone-cold KGB to the core. No, nevermind all of that. Hey, the guy has made some gestures against the sodomites, and went into a church (a Russian orthodox church, which has been, since its inception, trying to find new and ever-more creative ways of capitulating and kowtowing to whatever rotten government is currently in power) and crossed himself. Well, hells bells! It’s the second coming of Constantine, here to save the world! Continue reading “Numerous Points on Putin, Ukraine and Watching the Unthinkable Unfold”
Gen. James Mattis, known to his troops as “Mad Dog Mattis,” is retiring after 41 years of military service.
The Marine Corps Times is calling Mattis the “most revered Marine in a generation.”
Mattis has been commander of the United States Central Command since 2010 and led the 1st Marine Division into Iraq in 2003. Continue reading “The Best from ‘Mad Dog Mattis’”
For the benefit of quasi-academic exercise, let’s assume that the absolute worst happens in Connecticut (CT): a federal invasion. (Although the likelihood is low right now, it could be a plausible scenario in another state for the government of tomorrow.) If I was tasked to analyze and wargame that scenario, my initial key assumptions would be: Continue reading “Invasion Models”
Gun rights group Connecticut Carry has issued an ultimatum to politicians in the Constitution State today, telling the government that they should either follow through on their threats to try to confiscate more than 325,000 undocumented firearms and 2 million standard capacity magazines, or admit that they passed a law without the consent of the people, and will repeal it in its entirety: Continue reading “Connecticut Gun Group Issues Ultimatum to Government: Molon Labe, Or Repeal”
Friday, June 27th, 2014, 0-dark-thirty: The politicians have made their decision. By a twist of fate–your file simply happened to be on the top of the stack for no particular reason–you’ll be the first example. A state police SWAT team pull to the curb in front of your home, leap from their van and rush to your front door. Two black-clad men pull back a ram and swing it toward your front door, aiming just above the knob, while the rest of the team waits anxiously, their automatic weapons charged and off safe. Two hope they’ll get the opportunity to shoot. At least one wants to manufacture the opportunity. Continue reading “WHEN THEY COME: A Warning to Connecticut Police”
TUCSON – The United States awarded an Israeli company a $145 million contract to build a surveillance system along Arizona’s border with Mexico. But federal records show that the same company had a hand in much the same border security project eight years ago.
That project, called the Strategic Border Initiative, failed and some wonder whether this project won’t also fail. Continue reading “N4T Investigators: U.S. awards border contract to company that already failed”
The state of Connecticut is making lists of firearm owners to raid. It seems obvious to me that it is thus only fair to list those anti-constitutional tyrants who will have blood on their hands the moment the first Connecticut citizen is shot by the CT state police while carrying out their orders. I will be sending these folks my own email later today. Continue reading “A Sipsey Street Public Service Announcement: The Connecticut Tyrants List, voluntarily subscribed by the participants on 3 April 2013.”
After seven years of litigation, two trips to a federal appeals court and $3.8 million worth of lawyer time, the public has finally learned why a wheelchair-bound Stanford University scholar was cuffed, detained and denied a flight from San Francisco to Hawaii: FBI human error.
FBI agent Kevin Kelley was investigating Muslims in the San Francisco Bay Area in 2004 when he checked the wrong box on a terrorism form, erroneously placing Rahinah Ibrahim on the no-fly list. Continue reading “How Obama Officials Cried ‘Terrorism’ to Cover Up a Paperwork Error”
A lot of people like to think they are “non-violent.” Generally, people claim to “abhor” the use of violence, and violence is viewed negatively by most folks. Many fail to differentiate between just and unjust violence. Some especially vain, self-righteous types like to think they have risen above the nasty, violent cultures of their ancestors. They say that “violence isn’t the answer.” They say that “violence doesn’t solve anything.” Continue reading “Violence is Golden”